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I second the use of Wx::SingleChoiceDialog or Wx::MultiChoiceDialog like jmlynesjr sugested.

Parsing XML like you do is not a good choice, use a dedicated module, something like this:

use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple; use Data::Printer; my $data = do { local $/; <DATA> }; # slurp DATA my $ref = XMLin( $data, #KeyAttr => { Question => 'questionId' }, # unordered data ForceArray => ['item'], ContentKey => '-content' ); p $ref; __DATA__ <Questions> <Question> <questionId>TNHSCS010001</questionId> <question>Jenkins is primiary used of ...</question> <Answers correct="no">Nightly Builds</Answers> <Answers correct="yes">CI Builds</Answers> <Answers correct="no">Report Generation</Answers> <Answers correct="no">All the above</Answers> </Question> <Question> <questionId>TNHSCS010002</questionId> <question>CI builds are setup to ...</question> <Answers correct="yes">Catch potentail build errors</Answers> <Answers correct="no">Find bugs</Answers> <Answers correct="no">Reduce build time</Answers> <Answers correct="no">None of the above</Answers> </Question> </Questions>

Notice that a valid XML must have a root tag. I also changed a little the structure...

Regards, Stefan

In reply to Re^3: WxPerl Next button by stefbv
in thread WxPerl Next button by saran73

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